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Prayer changes things. Prayer changes the storm. Prayer changes me.
Over the weekend, my Facebook news feed was filled with prayers. So what do you think? Did the prayers deflate Irma’s power? James 5:16 (NLT) The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results.
Our best weapon . . . prayer.
I once dreamed that I put a problem in God’s hands. After a bit, I went back and took it into my own hands. I was double-checking to make sure God was handling it right. God knows, I’ve done that … Continue reading
I believe that God is all-knowing. So why, when I pray for others, do I include all the details? I’m not telling God anything he doesn’t already know.
I can’t make God change his mind. James 1:17 (ERV)) These good gifts come down from the Father who made all the lights in the sky. But God never changes like the shadows from those lights. He is always … Continue reading
God doesn’t listen better or answer faster because you use fancy words. Just talk. He’s listening.
Smoke rising from burning incense–that’s how God sees our prayers. Revelation 5:8 (NIV) They were holding golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of God’s people. To us, smoke is here one moment, gone the next. But God captures … Continue reading
God doesn’t always answer us with words. Our keys were missing. We searched everywhere. And I prayed. In my mind’s eye, I saw our toddler pushing those keys through the grid of the laundry basket. I checked, and Praise God! There they … Continue reading